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Frequency in Preventive Maintenance Work Order

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We have multiple items in a single plan. Each item linked to its related task list. Upon scheduling, the plan is delivering preventive maintenance work orders promptly.

Our client is delivering the work order to the work force on SLA (service level agreement) basis. For example All monthly tasks should be completed within 7days and all yearly task should be completed with 1 month.

So our client needs the Frequency in each Work order during its printing for their SLA due date calculation. In the order printout, it has the operations with manpower info but NO frequency info.

In simple language, they want to know the WO is Monthly or Yearly to process the data electronically for SLA calculation

Do any one experience this and do any one have solution or suggestion.

thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Apr 12, 2011 at 07:33 PM

    You can just have the frequency details as a starting description in the maintenance plan which will inherit to WO and it will reflect in the shop paper too.

    And for calculating the date, You could use the user exit IWO10009 for basic finish date/due date calculated based on the priority. System will calculate basic start date+priority = basic finish date/due date.

    You can customize the priorities through config and also set the scheduling parameters to "Do not Adjust basic dates ,dep rqmts to order start". As priority info prints in WO, it will have the due date of completion.

    By doing all this, you could able to achieve your requirement.


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    • Former Member Thyagarajan Krishnamurthy

      I had that problem here, where we have a stragey that includse monthly, 3, 6 and 12 monhts in one strategy.

      Because the text is common regardless of the frequency,we created a dummy operation for each period and select oly the frequency where it shoudl be the first thing in the list.

      Do this in the Task list, like this

      OPeration 10 PM01 Monthly service Frequency 1 month

      Operation 20 3monthly service Frequency 3 month

      OPeration 20 (first actual task) frequency 1 month 3 monht 6 monht 1 year

      and so forth

      operationm 30 to say 50

      operation 70 Clean pump frequency 3 month 6month 1 year


      this is assuming your tasks are escalated.

      but you get the idea

      Hope this helps.

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    Posted on Apr 15, 2011 at 05:24 AM


    From your requirement description what I understand is that there will be a separate print out for each work order (They are not taking the print out of the list of orders).In this case there will be a form attached to the shoppaper for order print out.Your ABAPER can bring the frequency for each operations in the form for order print out.

    Best Regards

    Kannan G

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